You mean those spots AREN’T on my camera sensor? Then that means …

In 2017, I captured my first-ever solar eclipse photographs. I drove all the way to South Carolina, and with the help of a special solar filter applied to my camera lens, I captured some sweet eclipse phases. I still have a soft spot in my heart for that image. You know … this one. But…

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I see your SOL and raise you a Chuckycoin.

Oh, this is hilarious. Melania Trump, the cross-eyed, raccoon-mascaraed succubus of the former President, is now offering the ultimate in a vanity project. She’s going to sell digital watercolor non-fungible tokens of images of her eyes to willing suckers. Oh, I kid you not. No, seriously. Melania Trump is offering NFT’s of digital watercolor prints…

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K-Chuck Radio: No, the worst Christmas songs of all time are…

I was inspired to write this blog after reading a tweet from my friend Jerry Papandrea (he’s the guy who has the DerryX YouTube food channel). Yeah … no. The Santa Claus version by Springsteen has its charm, especially when you realize that Springsteen essentially did a Springsteen-esque version of the uptempo track that was…

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Edward Scissorhands is a Christmas movie. Don’t argue with me.

It’s Saturday morning, and after I wrote my blog post, I decided to take care of some household chores and stuff. Because I’m a bachelor and I do these things. Anyway … I turned on the TV and planned on airing some movie in the background. You know, something that I could hear while I’m…

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A snowflake photo from the last camera I’d expect.

It’s Tuesday morning, and I’m out the door to head downtown. There’s a bit of frost in the air, and some of the cars along my road have some tiny snowflakes on them. Oh, I know what that means. It’s snowflake photography season. That time of year when I try to get that super-spectacular macro…

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BlackBerry KEYone: 2017-2021.

The problems started on Monday. For some reason, I was not able to pick up Verizon’s cell network on my BlackBerry KEYone cell phone. Using a landline, I contacted Verizon, who told me that there was an issue with a cell phone tower in my area, and that everything should resolve momentarily. By Wednesday, the…

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